We are bearing witness to the largest protest movement in US history. Across the country we are seeing people rise up and take to the streets to demand justice for Black lives and an end to police brutality. Indigenous Water Protectors and climate protesters are also using civil disobedience to shut down dirty energy projects. No matter the issue, non-violent protest has always been fundamental to creating social change and is vital to the health of our democracy.
Please join us to hear from leaders on the front lines about the integral role protests play in movements for social change and the challenges they are confronting nationwide, the path forward for positive reform, and the ways that funders can support networks and campaigns to defend and champion our right to protest.
- Maurice Mitchell, Working Families Party/Movement for Black Lives
- Krystal Two Bulls, Oglala Lakota/Northern Cheyenne organizer/Voices of the Sacred
- Anne Rolfes, Louisiana Bucket Brigade
- Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, Partnership for Civil Justice Fund
Visit the CS Fund's program page to register.